In kerala the food is simple , fresh and easywith mainly rice , coconut and vegetables whereas in ladakh food is hot and spicy with mainly meat. Ladakh is a hill station and has very cold weather and snows in winter time however kerala is a large state and has tropical climate and is covered with trees and has very high rainfall Ladakh is a small town in J & Kwhere as kerla is a state. Ladakh is a hill station or you can say a mountain desert, is very cold place and is sarounded with mountains, where as kerala is famous for its greenry.Ladakh is in the north where as kerala is in thb south.
Kerala is a state in the southwest corner of India. A coastal state, it is surrounded by the sea on one side and hills on the other. A desert in the mountains in the eastern part of Jammu and Kashmir Agriculture
A number of spices like pepper, cloves and cardamoms are grown on the hills. The fertile land and climate are suited to growing rice. Very little agriculture is possible here; covered in snow for a large part of the year; people depend on the melting snow during the summer months for water. Occupation
Major occupation is of fishing and cultivation. The fishing nets called cheena-vala and the utensil called the cheenachatti is believed that the word cheen could have come from China. People here keep sheep and
the sheep in this region are
special because they produce
pashmina wool. This wool is
prized and pashmina shawls cost a lot of money. The people in Ladakh carefully collect the wool of the sheep and sell this to traders from Kashmir. Food habits
A majority of people here eat rice, fish and vegetables.
Each family owns some goats, cows. Meat and milk products like cheese and butter are eaten.
The Apostle of Christ, St. Thomas is believed to have come here nearly 2000 years ago and he is credited with bringing Christianity to India. Because of various historical influences, people in Kerala...
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